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Researchers from Vanderbilt University recently used single cell immune sequencing to identify a new panel of broadly neutralizing antibodies against HIV. Members of the research team, including graduate student Ian Setliff from the lab of Dr. Ivelin Georgiev, will discuss their discoveries in a 10x Genomics webinar, hosted by GEN, on November 14, 2019. 
Maniatis et al. used spatial transcriptomics to define changes in gene expression at different stages of ALS progression. Learn more at the Cell Symposia: Neuro-Immune Axis, starting September 22 in Long Beach, or watch Silas Maniatis in his upcoming webinar on October 8! 
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’ve put together a playlist of some fierce women in science talking about topics ranging from immunotherapy to the microbiome to mapping the maternal-fetal interface on a single cell level.
Our bodies and the world around us teem with billions of invisible microbes. Join us for a webinar on February 13th to learn about a metagenomic assembly method, developed by Dr. Ami Bhatt and her team at Stanford University, which promises to help define these complex microbial communities and shed light on the mechanisms by which they influence health and disease.
Watch the on-demand Nature webcast presented by CITE-Seq co-author, Peter Smibert PhD.
Dr. Rahul Satija will demonstrate how to use Seurat – an R toolkit for single cell RNA-seq – to discover, classify, and interpret cell types and states from large-scale scRNA-seq datasets.   
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